AOL customers, that I had to deal with during my 2 year stay there (i'm finally out of my NO YOU CAN
'T SNEEZE OR WE
'LL SUE clauses), biggest popup gripes where the ads you get once you sign onto AOL through the client software. A very quick 2 minute fix - if that - for someone to do. Eventually most people figure out...Oh geee...it is in my preferences. Take out a couple check marks and no more popups.
For those that don't know, the quickest way to get there is Keyword: Marketing Preferences.
Back to the fact that it is sad the person still has AOL. It depends. Their broadband prices are hard to beat. Couple that with the ability to "roam" with your account on dial up anywhere...is a nicely added feature. Look for a few enchancements to their BYOA package...particularly going back to the original price and mulitple sessions per account will FINALLY be allowed.